BUSINESS BRIEF — KPTZ Spring Pledge Drive set for next month
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There is a new benefit for contributing to the nonprofit Port Townsend radio station. Every caller who pledges during the drive will receive the new “Community Card” as a thank-you gift for donating to the station.
More than 30 Port Townsend businesses have signed on to support the community radio station by offering discount offers that will save customers money through the new card Program.
“The Community Card brings benefits for both our members and our local business owners who have come up with some great offers for loyal KPTZ listeners,” said Colin Foden, board president of KPTZ.
KPTZ is a primarily volunteer-powered community radio station that went on air May 14, 2011. More than 60 volunteers contribute to programming for the station
To learn more about volunteer opportunities at the station, phone 360-379-6886.
For more information about the Community Card program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last modified: March 24. 2014 6:27PM